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New video: TMG Setup for DPM Communication

New video: TMG Setup for DPM Communication

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video5This video covers troubleshooting DPM communication to and from a TMG server.  In the video we verify that we have connectivity, then we break the communication between the two and walk through the steps needed to be performed on the TMG server in order to allow successful communication once again to the TMG server.

We cover:

  •   Creating a custom protocol definition to include specific UUID's for DPM.
  •   The other domain ports needed for successful traffic.
  •   Creating the allow rule specifying the new custom protocol definition as well as the other needed ports.
  •   Enabling RPC filter.
  •   Disabling enforce strict RPC compliance.

We then verify that the communication is successful once again after our changes are applied.

Enjoy!

Shane Brasher | Senior Support Escalation Engineer

The App-V Team blog: http://blogs.technet.com/appv/
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The SCMDM Support Team blog: http://blogs.technet.com/mdm/
The ConfigMgr Support Team blog: http://blogs.technet.com/configurationmgr/
The SCOM 2007 Support Team blog: http://blogs.technet.com/operationsmgr/
The SCVMM Team blog: http://blogs.technet.com/scvmm/
The MED-V Team blog: http://blogs.technet.com/medv/
The DPM Team blog: http://blogs.technet.com/dpm/
The OOB Support Team blog: http://blogs.technet.com/oob/
The Opalis Team blog: http://blogs.technet.com/opalis

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  • Thanks for your video. Couple of questions:

    what kind of ports are behind the dcom II protocol?

    Could you please copy and paste the UUIDs into the blogpost? This would be much easier to handle.

    thx

  • Very good video.

    Could you please prepare a documentation and publish it so especially the UUIDs are available more easily.

    Thanks.

  • Here are the UUIDs in use. Hopefully it pastes properly

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    MSDPM AC: {C4EBD674-1457-4B79-BE30-B04735AED9D1} {A3B9D3F4-2477-4F95-B2D1-F75B0FDF2A2F}

    DPM RA: {DA6AA17A-D61C-4E9C-8CEA-DB25DEA52A95} {2DF31D97-33CC-4966-8FF9-F47C90F7D0F3}

    MSDPM: {27F60283-447F-4D5F-AA84-F45D09BD06EF} {8D8C691A-AFE6-4EA3-A6B2-F3E5EF1BD0CA}

    DPM LA: {1B308A4A-FFEC-4C85-957C-53AA1DCC696F} {9E6C5356-B180-4295-888C-5A99E505420F}

    Shane

  • The video and tutorial is pretty good but for some reason it doesn't work here. After all the rules created and applied dpm still cannot attach the agent.

    wmi and sc tests run fine.

    DPM fails with error 31144

  • Hi,

    I get the message "Sorry, this video is temporarily unavailable, Please try again later.

    Can you provide another link?

    Thanks,

  • DPM UUID's

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    UUIDs DPM may use:

    Process                        APPID                                                                CLSID

    DPMAC.exe                 A3B9D3F4-2477-4F95-B2D1-F75B0FDF2A2F    C4EBD674-1457-4B79-BE30-B04735AED9D1

    DPMRA.exe                 2DF31D97-33CC-4966-8FF9-F47C90F7D0F3    DA6AA17A-D61C-4E9C-8CEA-DB25DEA52A95

    DPMLA.exe                 9E6C5356-B180-4295-888C-5A99E505420F      1B308A4A-FFEC-4C85-957C-53AA1DCC696F

    DPM Engine               A3B9D3F4-2477-4f95-B2D1-F75B0FDF2A0E      CC7D8A18-C386-48d5-9906-4FFC77A39788

    Msdpm.exe                8D8C691A-AFE6-4EA3-A6B2-F3E5EF1BD0CA    27F60283-447F-4D5F-AA84-F45D09BD06EF

    dpmclientservice.exe  B14F845F-06C3-429E-A390-3FA03729F1C6      9AD7F967-F3CD-4228-8BA6-6F28146E5928

    ExchangeCmdletsWrapper.exe  839CD555-81F4-4B0F-AFF2-502B528566DB  2531E692-7FA2-4DFF-BE35-4238C0B9BC63

    E14CmdletsWrapper.exe  A7550123-3334-4CE5-AC0C-096D17878848  FA98819B-9DC2-4916-9711-6D221BF3849F

    WSSCmdletsWrapper.exe  E95EF0B1-D0E3-45d9-B699-8B37F068CF25  5C35FC05-6B6C-4b23-9494-B85EF8AF458D